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NEW HAVEN
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yes, riNew Haven police stop car for missing plate, find weapons/staff: NHR
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yes,riUnidentified body found in Mill River in New Haven Saturday/staff: NHR
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NETIDEGATES -- Connecticut Fund for the Environment is working to restore 50 acres of tidal marsh along the West River -- a huge piece for an urban environment -- by installing three new self-regulating tide gates that will restore the proper salinity. The $600,000 project is being paid for by federal stimulus funds. Zaretsky.front lead
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NEGALA - Jennifer Gargano always knew that she needed a way to channel her passion. An artist since age two, Gargano has dabbled in dance, acting and film production; at nineteen, she moved to New York City with hopes of breaking into show business.
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AVAILABLE FOR MONDAY NELOOKINGBACK - The then-16-year-old high school student stood frozen as the man walked toward her in the darkness rapid firing a machine gun into a crowd of people outside a corner convenience store just down the street from her house. “My friends ran but I was so afraid of getting shot in my back that I wouldn’t run,” Michele Crutchfield, now 27, recalled about the night a decade ago. “I remember my mom running down the street. Guys were on the ground screaming that they got shot. billk
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FOR MONDAY - NENAACPELECT - Jim Rawlings, prez of Greater New Haven Chapter NAACP is calling upon upstanding Republicans to stop the reckless mudslinging at Democrats. (i think this is the story) pam
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yes-ctWest Haven police find missing toddler in stolen car (Pinto): NHR
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yes-riCheshire officer rescues motorist from burning car: NHR, MP, RC
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HAPOWELL -- Mark Powell, accused of sexually assaulting a patient in an ambulance, is in court today. (P) (V)A1
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HABOARDVACANCY - The Board of Education is seeking candidates to fill a vacancy.
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x file photoposted/HBHWO COUNTYCLUBCOM Woodbridge BOS created a Country Club commission to oversee the operations of the club. Their first order of business is to review RFPs for daily operation of the club. Not all appointments were a unanimous vote. Albert
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posted/mbWOFIREDEPT - Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Department has seen a 60 percent increase in responses last year. Budget increase discussion about to take place. Albert
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Xphoto yesawsHAPTA - There will be cheese, wine, and song and dance aplenty when parents will share cocktails and take the stage for the Spring Glen School PTA’s “Winter’s Night in Spring Glen” cabaret and silent auction Saturday. Powellcover
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xxWHBLUEFISH The children of Seth G. Haley Elementary School cheered and clapped as Bridgeport Bluefish mascot B.B. walked into the school gymnasium. Pinto
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awsWHIMBURNS - James T. Burns Jr., who has been Mayor John M. Picard’s chief of staff since the mayor first took office six years ago, will serve his last day in the job Friday. pinto
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XXWHUSSYP- West Haven and Cheshire kids are the two state students sent to Washington for Student Senate conference. PINTO (p, v)
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ORTPZ Some changes have been made to the outdoor lighted sign regulations Albert
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xxposted/mbOSCRUELTY - Saybrook animal cruetly case. Misur.
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GUCAPITAL - gu boe capital improvements plan for next fiscal year. Misur
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posted/mbGUBUDGET-- BOS receiving budget presentations for dept heads
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posted/mbBRMASERVICEPLAZAS: The fuel and food plazas in Branford are undergoing renovations and the Branford Southbound stop and Madison Northbound stops will lose their McDonalds restaurants permanently. (Sanders)A1
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XXGUCANDIDATE - A resident actively fighting hunting on the East River Preserve is now coordinating the formation of a political action committee that will run its own Board of Selectmen candidate in the 2013 race.
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posted awsBRTABOR: The PWBC issued a press release discussing their recommendation of Tabor for the site of the new PW facility hours before Tuesday night's BOS meeting. At the meeting, the board said they did not want to accept or reject the recommendation without hearing the public's opinion. A public hearing is now scheduled for Feb. 1 (Sanders)cover
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BRPARK: The Board of Selectmen designated land in the center of town open space at last night's meeting. The land, which has a litigious background (because the town wanted to develop it but neighbors wanted to see it as open space), will now be under the land trust's supervision so no one can develop on it and it can be used for walking and hiking. This came after the town settled with the neighbors. (Sanders)<iframe width="425" height="350" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&amp;source=s_q&amp;hl=en&amp;geocode=&amp;q=121+north+main+street+branford+ct&amp;aq=&amp;sll=41.286449,-72.816696&amp;sspn=0.035859,0.084543&amp;vpsrc=6&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;hq=&amp;hnear=121+N+Main+St,+Branford,+Connecticut+06405&amp;ll=41.286337,-72.81677&amp;spn=0.004482,0.010568&amp;t=h&amp;z=14&amp;output=embed"></iframe><br /><small><a href="http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&amp;source=embed&amp;hl=en&amp;geocode=&amp;q=121+north+main+street+branford+ct&amp;aq=&amp;sll=41.286449,-72.816696&amp;sspn=0.035859,0.084543&amp;vpsrc=6&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;hq=&amp;hnear=121+N+Main+St,+Branford,+Connecticut+06405&amp;ll=41.286337,-72.81677&amp;spn=0.004482,0.010568&amp;t=h&amp;z=14" style="color:#0000FF;text-align:left">View Larger Map</a></small>
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yes,riGuilford police investigate robbery of gas station-store: staff: NHR
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yes,riEx-Farmington man pleads guilty to Branford bank robber/staff: NHR
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XMICANNON - A piece of history was brought home recently, but no one is sure what part, if any, it played in the city’s nearly 375 years. Swebiliuscover
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xANWELCOMEHOME - Ansonia resident Patrick Henri, a chief petty officer in the Navy, talks about his eight-month deployment in Afghanistan. He returned home Friday night. (P) / Villers
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ANWWIIVET - Lifelong Ansonia resident James Murphy, 91, reminisces about his time in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He enlisted on the day after the attack on Pearl Harbor and served for four years. He is one of the local veterans adopted by students at John G. Prendergast Elementary School. (P) / Villers
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SEFISH18 - Creation of a fish bypass on the Naugatuck River, in the works for the past decade, could actually get underway now that the Board of Selectmen voted this week to approve paying some legal fees and for a parcel of land necessary to move the project forward. Had the selectmen not approved the expenses, the town risked losing the entire $4.7 million earmarked for the project, which the state DEEP is behind. Falbo.
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XVAVEMS19 = Valley Emergency Medical Services Board of Directors meets tonight, and could act on creation of new policy regarding use of company vehicles by members. This comes on heels of board treasurer getting ok to use a new vehicle to take to D.C. area, and crashed it on the way home. Falbo on Deadline. (possible video)cover
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SEORDINANCE11 - The town could be blazing a new trail if officials decide to ban board and commission members from attending meetings via their cellphones or teleconferencing rather than in person.
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DEINDUSTRIAL - Follow on work at former dot site/industrial park. Swebilius.
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yes, cbUS unemployment rate falls to lowest level in almost three years (AP): NHR, MP, RC
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yes, cbBoeing lands its biggest order ever (AP): NHR, MP, RC
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yes, cbRetail sales rise 0.4 percent in January (AP): NHR, MP, RC
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